Disco Biscuits Live at The Barrymore Theatre on 2006-05-04
- Live Concert
- Disco Biscuits
02. And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night
03. Kitchen Mitts
04. Camera B->
05. The Overture*->
06. Plan B
03. Little Shimmy In A Conga Line->
Set II continued:
03. Little Shimmy In A Conga Line/crowd**
05. Little Lai
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|Little Shimmy In A Conga Line/crowd|
|And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night|
|Little Shimmy In A Conga Line->|
- 2006-05-15 07:59:26
- Exdrive PCMCIA > USB2.0 > Wavelab 5.0 (24/48) > Fades > UV22HR(16/44.1) > flac16 Level5
- Madison, WI
- (16bit)AKG480'sck61 DIN Stereo > Lunatec V2 (gain 25,rolloff2) > SONIC AD2k+ (24bit) [set1 & set2 (gain 18)] [24/48] > PDAudio-CF > HP5550 > Live2496 > EXdrive
- Taped by
- Nick Colovos
- Transferred by
- Nick Colovos
- The Barrymore Theatre
Subject: The Plus One Jam (Shimmy>42)
This show, in parts, defines the directional nature of Bisco 2006-- beating, thumping, spooky, mysterious, misguiding, and rhythmic; the kind of stuff that may force you to exit the freeway early. On the same note, 2006 Bisco is more intelligent, even more evasive than before and it continues that Biscuit charm of turning off 9-out-of-10 would be listenersâ keeping it a unique clique within a generalized community.
The post earlier is right on. The "Shimmy>42" is noteworthy for pure musicianship. Furthermore, it grabbed that 1-in-10 fan by the red panties and threw her onto the dance floor. Our new Madison friend (Plus One) flipped her shit at her first Biscuits show during this jam. But be mindful that this jam is musical in that we hear professionalism from four guys who have graduated to a higher order in their trade. I wouldn't put this jam on when convincing Grandma that the Biscuits can fuckin' play.
Subject: Holy freaking Shimmy!
This whole show is pretty interesting with a hard hitting Ladies, some real interesting improv in the segue into Plan B, guitarrific jams in the Plan B and Camera B, and a totally bumpin' jam out of Confrontation. This show really is the whole package.
Soundwise, this is a very solid recording...I think you can hear everyone well.
Subject: Great Show!
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